When the man governed by self-interest, the god of this world, does not renounce it but merely refines it by the use of reason and extends it beyond the constricting boundary of the present, he is represented (Luke XVI, 3-9) as one who, in his very person [as servant], defrauds his master [self- interest] and wins from him sacrifices in behalf of “duty.”
Louis XVI: Is this a revolt? Duke of Rochefoucauld-Liancourt: No, sir, it's a revolution.Louis XVI
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